Church Camps
Camp Rimrock and Pioneer Camp



Camping is such a wonderful ministry because so many people are spiritually changed, transformed, even molded into disciples and leaders.  We love youth and adult camp ministry!  It is an experience where we learn about God’s creation, make friends, have fun and play.  It is also where we can have some very deep conversations about God, the church, faith, and just about everything else in life.  We feel called to teaching, and creating teachable moments for people of all ages.  These moments help equip us to be disciples in the church and give us the skills and experiences to help one another in our walk of faith.

It’s about fun and friends and it’s about Jesus Christ and faith! It’s a great place to be!  Come grow and experience the passionate presence of God.

Rainbow Bible Camp



Our biblically based youth camp is located on a working cattle and horse ranch.  We are certain that God will bless you and you will grow in grace at Rainbow Bible Ranch.  Check them out on Facebook.


​Other Missions

​​​Sturgis Alliance of Churches



The Sturgis Alliance of Churches is a volunteer organization of Christians from area churches.  The organization exists for the purpose of working together in the spirit of Christ to accomplish the work of Christ and thereby promote a spirit of cooperation and fellowship among churches and individuals in our community.


Bella Pregnancy



At Bella, all of our services are free, completely confidential and designed with you in mind.  We offer information on all options.  We offer many opportunities for you to prepare yourself physically, emotionally and spiritually for the choices that lay ahead.  In addition, you will receive the encouragement, friendship and support you need during this time!


CASA



The National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association, together with its state and local member programs, supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so every abused or neglected child in the United States can be safe, have a permanent home and the opportunity to thrive.

The National CASA Association and our network of nearly 1,000 local community programs support volunteers serving children. The role of local CASA programs is to recruit, train and support these volunteers in their work with abused children.

​​CISS



The mission of the Crisis Intervention Shelter Service, Inc. is to eliminate the personal and societal conditions embedded in the fabric of our communities that support and condone violence against women.
However far reaching, the goals and objectives are identified through continuous community prevention education efforts and the direct service component of the mission statement to meet the safety and emotional needs of women and children who have been battered and/or raped.


Kiwanis Food Pantry

Helping feed South Dakota.  The average monthly food distribution is about 4,500 pounds with nearly all food being purchased locally.  The Federal government provides a limited amount of commodities to supplement the program but it just isn’t enough.  That is where the people in the community come into play.  With out local donations, either food or cash, and with out the tireless efforts of our volunteers we would not be able to do what needs to be done.  That is feed our hungry.


Meade School Nurse/Ronald McDonald Dental



What makes the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile program unique?  When it comes to delivering health care, our Ronald McDonald Care Mobiles take a holistic approach.

Prevention: We deliver health education, which reduces overall medical costs, addresses behavior and lifestyle choices and helps motivate families to improve and maintain their health.

Treatment: We provide services ranging from immunizations and preventive check-ups to dental care and treatment for chronic and acute illnesses.

Referral: Our staff works with families to help them get access to ongoing care with a primary doctor or dentist.


Compass Point



Compass Point has been providing prevention, intervention and treatment services in the Northern Black Hills of South Dakota under the name of Northern Hills Alcohol and Drug Services since 1973.  At Compass Point, you will receive comprehensive individualized treatment, education and support from staff who are committed to your success.


Pastor’s Emergency Fund

This fund was established to be able to help members of the congregation when they need a helping hand.  Example: Help with a prescription, a heater to stay warm, gas to get to a doctor appointment.


Love INC



Started in 2001, Love In the Name of Christ mobilizes local churches to transform lives and communities in the Name of Christ (OUR MISSION).

OUR PURPOSE is to walk alongside people on their journey to wholeness through mutual service, education, friendship, and prayer.

OUR VISION is to see people thriving in healthy relationships where they know their value, purpose and place in Christ and our community.
Because of God’s love, our organization, our activities and our relationships will demonstrate

OUR VALUES:
You are loved
You belong
You have choices
You have something to offer
Love INC of the Black Hills is part of a national movement.  You can learn more by clicking the button below.


Clothe A Kid



Helping Parents make their dollars stretch.  Anyone struggling financially or in a place of need can participate.  Starting in June, Love INC will work with churches over the summer to match your contribution so you and your children can go shopping in August.


If you have a mission that is special to you, please let the Mission Committee know about it,

so they my take it under consideration for next year.